• 2 years 5 months ago
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    daash wrote:
    A. You can't copyright copyrighted material
    B. This would never happened as the rights to everything on there is owned by different people
    C. Why did you make this?


    Mainly because the way the "Saturday Morning Cartoons" dvd sets were done for the 1960s-1980s would suck, if the same format for those dvd sets were done for the 1990's - 2009 sets. A few episodes of only a handful of selective shows on just 2 dvds with some "saturday morning wakeup call" and like one discussion/interview?!!! THAT WOULD NOT DO OUR ERA (1990s-early 2000s) justice. It may have worked for the previous sets, but 2 mere dvds w/a dash of extras would NOT fully culminate/summarize what those eras was about. This outline wasn't just for me from fiddling around in my sub-conscious, w/my nostalgic flashbacks reaching an apex, causing this outline to be made....... this was for all of us..... PERIOD. THAT is why I made this. Would any of us have it any other way?
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      • 2 years 5 months ago
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      Thanks for the clarification beyrsf, now I see your point of view.

      Be aware that online entertainment is morphing in new ways that may overtake your outline idea. In fact, there are new internet "co-op" services in the planning stages that may make DVD sets as old-fashioned as 8-track tapes.

      For cartoon fans it could mean that the ability to "mix and match" all your favorite series in real time could happen as soon as 2014.

      The old Cable vs. Satellite vs. Over the Air debates may soon be a thing of the past. Get ready to see in the near future what you want, when you want, how you want it; in ways you may not even think possible now.
      The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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        • 2 years 5 months ago
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        If it's "for all of us" why did you copyright it? Anyway it's nothing more than a playlist and I really don't think you would be able to enforce your so-called right.

        The old DVD sets you talk about might be that way because of the rights issues most people in this thread mention.

        As for doing 1990-2009 cartoons "justice", I admit you wrote down a lot of extras but you've picked out just a few episodes of each show which seems to be what you're complaining about with existing sets so IDK?
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        Mrs. stake you say some nasty on my threads. Dirty bitch
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          • 2 years 4 months ago
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          eddstarr88 wrote:
          Thanks for the clarification beyrsf, now I see your point of view.

          Be aware that online entertainment is morphing in new ways that may overtake your outline idea. In fact, there are new internet "co-op" services in the planning stages that may make DVD sets as old-fashioned as 8-track tapes.

          Thanks ; _ :
          For cartoon fans it could mean that the ability to "mix and match" all your favorite series in real time could happen as soon as 2014.

          The old Cable vs. Satellite vs. Over the Air debates may soon be a thing of the past. Get ready to see in the near future what you want, when you want, how you want it; in ways you may not even think possible now.
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            • 9 months 21 days ago
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            Hi, Do you actually a video recording of Doug's Marriage Madness? Would it be possible for me to get a copy of it? Icuzman
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              • 9 months 18 days ago
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              This is maybe the most interesting exchange I've read on here in a while. I completely appreciate the research and dedication to such a proposal. However, the only chance you have of making such a thing available to anyone, is to edit your own playlist type video compilations and seed them through a torrent site. It would take months to accomplish, even if you have 30+ hours a week to get it all together.
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